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Ask the Experts, Live Edition: Join Rejuvenation for a Conversation With The Grit and Polish

Above: A clever sink setup in a farmhouse kitchen project by The Grit and Polish, one of three projects featured in this live, virtual conversation. (See more of this kitchen in DIY: Kitchen Cabinet Painting Tips from Two House Rehab Warriors.) Have design questions or in need of remodeling insight? Join Rejuvenation for a conversation with Cathy and Garrett Poshusta, the design duo (and DIY warriors) behind The Grit and Polish. The couple will share the design stories behind their Poplar Cottage kitchen, Farmhouse kitchen (shown above), and Farmhouse garden; attendees will have the chance to ask questions about their…


How to Increase Garage Door Security

While most homeowners will invest in strong locks and advanced security for the exterior doors of their home, it won’t occur to them to provide the same protection for their overhead garage door. Yet, most burglars will simply target the easiest entry point—and for many homes, that’s the garage. If you haven’t already, it’s time to consider beefing up your garage door security. Here are some steps you can take to better protect that area. Steps to Increase Garage Door Security Step 1: Remove temptations Don’t give thieves a chance to scope out the contents of your garage. Chances are…


Parking Reform as Urban Game Changer

For urban planners, parking rules established decades ago have become a contentious 21st-century challenge. Parking takes up about one-third of land area in U.S. cities; nationwide, there are an estimated eight parking spaces for every car. In 2017 Buffalo, New York, became the first U.S. city to stop requiring development projects to include at least a minimum amount of parking. Other cities followed, including Hartford, Connecticut, and Santa Monica, California. Many cities are now considering reforms, and a bill pending before the California Legislature would remove minimums for new buildings near public transportation across the Golden State. But despite growing…


5 Favorites: Donald Judd-Inspired Minimal Wooden Chairs

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Saratoga Springs Dutch Colonial | Exterior Webcam

Progress and expansion are underway at the Saratoga Springs project house in Saratoga Springs, NY. Evan, a schoolteacher, and his wife, Whitney, want to move back into the house where Evan grew up and begin raising a family. They also want a comfortable suite for his mother, but the house is in need of substantial upgrades. Scattershot additions will be removed to give way to a single one that includes a new kitchen, mudroom, bedroom, and balcony. Multiple narrow and steep staircases will be removed and the footprint reconfigured to make way for a single, more useful one. You can…


Ragno: Modern Tiles with a Handcrafted Aesthetic, Made in Italy

A heritage soul meets a modern aesthetic: That’s the appeal of tiles made by Italian company Ragno. Since its founding in Sassuolo, Italy, in 1949, the company has manufactured tiles for floors and walls that are every bit as rooted in traditional Mediterranean craftsmanship as they are practical, hard-wearing, and high-performing for modern spaces. The tiles are designed and made in Italy but readily available stateside, in styles and colorways that vary to suit the seasons. Here’s a peek at two of their brand-new collections, Mélange and Look, in inspired, cool kitchens and baths right out of an Italian villa—all…

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